What Do Prairie Dogs Eat?


Prairie dogs eat mainly green leafy plants, insects and prairie plants. Prairie dogs are not dog species but are instead a type of rodents. They usually come out from their burrows to get food in the wild.
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Prairie dogs eat insects, grasses, leafy vegetables, leaves and other plants. They are opportunistic feeders in that for the most part they will eat what is available to them. You can find more information here: http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/prairie-dog.html
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